/ (skwɪt) /
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noun British slang
an insignificant person
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Word Origin for squit
C19: dialectal variant of squirt
Words nearby squit
squirt can, squirt gun, squirting cucumber, squish, squishy, squit, squiz, squoosh, squshy, squush, squushy
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How to use squit in a sentence
I'm all ready for another tussle with those—what do you call 'em—squid—squit—good Lord!The Rise of Roscoe Paine|Joseph C. Lincoln
He says you don't say squit at Eton and you say Metutors not My tutors.Lost Diaries|Maurice Baring
"Squit yer sojer foolins, Ben, and leave me pass," came from the well known voice of Serlizer.Two Knapsacks|John Campbell